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Sorry if this is not the right place to ask! And I also don't know much about any of this!
So, the calendar produced looks fine and is, in my opinion, very adequate for desktop viewing, thanks! However, when I checked on mobile it “maintained its width” and “stuck out” of the new adjusted width/layout of the mobile version of the page (sorry, I don't know how to describe this in a more technical way). I suspect that this is not a problem of this plugin but that it has to do with the template I use (bootstrap3). In any case, I haven't been able to find any way to fix this; I would be content if I could somehow put the calendar in a box with a horizontal scrollbar, for example. I've tried to do this fiddling with other plugins such as “box” or “wrap” but it doesn't work (if I try to wrap the calendar in a smaller box the calendar simply appears cut). Is there anything else I can try? Sorry for the terrible explanation! — Branmabon 2017-03-22


Useful calendar, but I just got some html-tags showing up in the toolbox and no real preview. — 2011-04-11

I would like to help but I do not understand exactly what the problem is; can you provide more information?—Symon 2011-04-10 15:32
I had the same problem. I edited the style.css and renamed all div.dokuwiki into .dokuwiki and it looks better now (Firefox 4 - Dokuwiki Anteater). — Andreone 2011-05-05
to solve the popup preview problem download the folder, unzip it, open it, and open syntax.php in a text editor and replace:
if ($current == $today) $wkend_css = ' class="today"';
// if ($current == $today) $wkend_css = ' class="today"';

Then save the folder and rezip it and use this as your download (for example from a public dropbox folder). Create a calendar, click on a date, create an entry, save the entry, go back to the calendar, edit the calendar page (you don't have to change anything) and resave it, then one should see the dates with entries in green and the mouse popups!!! Tom S. 2011-11-25

Same here. The calendar does not mark that a page exists and does not show any kind of preview.
It just shows the same tooltip as for empty pages. — 2011-05-02 > with the above mentioned edit by Tom S. it now does

I really like your calendar. I was searching that for a long time. One suggestion: navigation arrows to navigate to previous/next dates/months. — Andreone 2011-05-05

I like the idea, however it is more challenging than it seems. The calendar is built when the wiki page is parsed, and providing dynamic navigation arrows would require rebuilding/rendering it in Javascript instead—quite a large amount of work, unless you would be happy with a page refresh every time you click a navigation button. Symon 2011-05-07 15:45

This is pretty useful for keeping projects organized. I'd like a way to index times shorter than one month though. e.g., I want to use a shorter box (5-7 days) for this week's note taking. — 2011-05-27 Anon.

I watched an unexpected bahavior: In EditMode the Preview links to local Namespace; after saving it links to the rootnamespace until in the calendar-call is any ns specified. So i have to spcify the ns allways (in my case!) Any suggestion for solving? btw: My first impression: I like it and will test ist! Thank you a lot, 12.08.25 utaf

It works on Adora Belle, with the same namespace problem described above. It was also not showing the preview tooltip. However, it seems the tooltips appears if I specify the complete path for the namespace (root:namespace:for:the:calendar) - even if I want the calendar in the current namespace. — Anon 2012-12-11

Download problems [0.3]

Download link error. Access denied. 2011-05-17 FIXED! Sorry about that… Github upload timeout 2011-05-17 19:48

Change a path to a page

How to change a path to a page from <year>-<month>:<name>-<year>-<month>-<day> to <year>:<month>-<day>? — Aleksandr SelivanovAleksandr Selivanov

2012-12-21 07:01

Lines 194 and 195 of the syntax.phpAleksandr SelivanovAleksandr Selivanov

2012-12-23 13:10
$id = $opt['ns'] . ':' . $year_num. '-' . $month_fmt . ':' . $opt['name'] .'-' .
                        $year_num . '-' . $month_fmt . '-' . $day_fmt;

German 'lang.php'

Just add this file into a folder called 'de' in /lib/plugins/yearbox/lang/ to use german month/day names!

 * German language file
 * @license    GPL 2 (
 * @author     Thor Weinreich
// custom language strings for the plugin
$lang['yearbox_months'] = array('Jan', 'Feb', 'M&auml;r', 'Apr', 'Mai', 'Jun',
                                'Jul', 'Aug', 'Sep', 'Okt', 'Nov', 'Dez');
// week begins on Sunday in PHP...
$lang['yearbox_days'] = array('So', 'Mo', 'Di', 'Mi', 'Do', 'Fr', 'Sa');

Relative ns= parameter

Relative namespace names didn't work for me. Adding

resolve_pageid(getNS(getID()), $id, $existance);

to the syntax.php at line 201 (before if (page_exists($id))) fixed it for me. sieber, 2014/07/04

Display Monday as first day of the week

in syntax.php I changed :

 $first_weekday = ($first_weekday > $start) ? $start: $first_weekday;


 $first_weekday = ($first_weekday > $start+1) ? $start+1 : $first_weekday;
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